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Film Festival Coverage Guide: 2013 Sundance

29 January 2013 12:05 PM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Here is a complete listing of the films that were shown/covered by the team comprised of Nicholas Bell (Nb), Jordan M. Smith (Js) and Eric Lavallee (El). We’ll be populating this page up until March.

U.S. Dramatic Competition

Afternoon DelightJill Soloway: Nb (★★ 1/2): Review

Ain’T Them Bodies Saints – David Lowery:  El (★★★ 1/2), Nb (★★★ 1/2): Review // Interview

Austenland- Jerusha Hess: Nb (★): Review

C.O.G.- Kyle Patrick Alvarez: Js (★★ 1/2), Nb (★★ 1/2): Review

ConcussionStacie Passon: El (★★★), Js (★★★ 1/2), Nb (★★★): Review // Interview

Emanuel And The Truth About FishesFrancesca Gregorini: Js (★★★), Nb (★★★ 1/2): Review

FruitvaleRyan Coogler: El (★★★), Js (★★★★★), Nb (★★★★): Review // Interview // Video

In A World… – Lake Bell: El (★★★): Review

Kill Your DarlingsJohn Krokidas: El (★★★), Nb (★★★): Review

The LifeguardLiz W. Garcia: El (★★ 1/2): Review

May In The Summer »

- Eric Lavallee

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The Last Horror Blog: Watch Cannibals and the Zombie Apocalypse Invade the Sundance Film Festival

24 January 2013 6:00 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Welcome to The Last Horror Blog, a biweekly column on all things horror. Sundance short When the Zombies Come highlights a zombie apocalypse survival plan – Jon Hurst’s short film When the Zombies Come is currently playing at Sundance, and it shows how a group of inventive Ace Hardware employees in Georgia have already made their plans for when the dead rise up and walk the Earth. Check it out below. We Are What We Are lands distribution – One of the most buzzed about genre flicks to emerge from this year’s Sundance is Jim Mickle’s remake of Jorge Grau’s cannibal film We Are What We Are. The film came into Sundance without distribution in place, but thanks to the folks at eOne, those of us who didn’t make it out West for the...

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- Mike Bracken

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Watch the Sundance Short Films “When the Zombies Come” and “The Apocalypse”

22 January 2013 10:29 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Feeling left out because you couldn’t make it Sundance? We can’t help you with some of the big horror features, but When the Zombies Come and The Apocalypse are two short films that are playing at the festival and we have them for you to watch right now. See if you have a better zombie survival plan than the guys at Ace Hardware…

“At a remote hardware store, fans of the walking dead have turned their love of zombies into an obsession, warping the way they see the store and its customers.”

When the Zombies Come was directed by Jon Hurst and is part of the Sundance shorts competition. While it played last year at other conventions, it just now came to the attention of Ace Hardware who doesn’t appear to be too happy about the video. They recently posted a statement on YouTube saying that they »

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Sundance 2013: What Will You Do When the Zombies Come?

21 January 2013 11:44 PM, PST | | See recent Dread Central news »

The Sundance Film Fest is in full swing right now and runs until January 27th in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Sundance, Utah. One of the goodies premiering at the fest and on YouTube is a short documentary called When the Zombies Come, and you can dig it right here!

The film, directed by Jon Hurst, follows a band of friends who work in a hardware store and are Mega fans of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead. These dudes lay out their plans for surviving the impending zombie apocalypse in startling and heartwarming detail. Clocking in at around nine minutes long, you have absolutely no reason not to check this out.

When done, head to our comments section and tell us what You would do to stay alive! Let's hear it!

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